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Netanyahu's transfer plan: Turning dispossession into tradition - Netanyahu recently proposed that Israel revoke the residency status of tens of thousands of Palestinians in East Jerusalem who live beyond the wall. This appalling idea will merely continue what is already in motion: years of ‘quiet transfer.’ - By Hagai El-Ad

The latest proposed experiment to emerge from the Prime Minister’s Office – revoking the residency of Palestinians who live in the areas of Jerusalem that Israel abandoned east of the separation barrier – is, of course, disgraceful. The idea, which has since been rejected, exemplifies an instrumental approach to people based on racist demographic considerations, using revocation of residency to maximize territorial control while minimizing the presence of Palestinians in that territory, entailing various forms of human rights violations.

Netanyahu looks at Shu’fat, at Ras Khamis, at Samiramis, and at Kafr ‘Aqab and does not see people. He does not see more than 100,000 Palestinian residents of Israel – families who wish to earn a living; children in need of schools; individuals with personal, national and religious identities whose lives are intertwined with the city of Jerusalem. Instead, he sees a demographic bloc that can and should be removed.

This proposal may come as a shock but in fact, every part of it has already been successfully tried, and has been under way in Jerusalem for years. The only novelty is combining all these elements – status, territory, and demography – in a single initiative. >>>

Youtube has removed the video of Rabbi Ascherman's attack from where it was originally posted with the claim that it was “designed to harass, bully or threaten.” It had received over 150,000 views. Of course this is entirely false, and is most likely the result of a deliberate efforts by others to cover up the truth. We are appealing the removal.

However, the video can still be viewed here [1]

Full account of the incident with additional photos [2]

Click for a listing of the many media articles featuring the incident [3]

[1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3DWelEJ5T4
[2] http://rhr.org.il/eng/2015/10/testimony-of-rabbi-ascherman-attacked-by-extremist-armed-with-knife/ [3] http://rhr.org.il/eng/2015/10/media-summary-rabbi-ascherman-attacked-with-armed-extremist/
http://rhr.org.il/eng/2015/11/youtube-baselessly-removes-video-of-rabbi-aschermans-attack/  Quelle Rudolf Knutti


Palestine's battle for hearts and minds in the Arab world - A new Palestinian PR campaign attempts to recast the conflict by comparing Israeli violence against Palestinians to methods used by Islamic State. - Jacob Wirtschafter -  Eager to re-enlist Egyptian public opinion to their cause, the Palestinian Embassy in Cairo hosted a rare press conference Thursday outlining Ramallah’s current diplomatic agenda. The agenda includes a definitive UN Security Council resolution with a timeline for two states, deployment of international forces to protect the population of the West Bank, and an international fact-finding mission to determine the “root causes” of the current phase of the conflict.

It’s a hard sell, especially as Egypt’s military has intensified security coordination with Israel and after a two-year war by the Sisi administration against the Muslim Brotherhood. A substantial chunk of Egyptians have absorbed the consistent official message linking the banned party of deposed President Mohammed Morsi to terrorists from Hamas and Islamic State.

Last week Karem Mahmoud, Secretary General of the Egyptian Journalist Syndicate, condemned the sporadic coverage of the unrest in Jerusalem and the West Bank characteristic of the large commercial TV channels.

“Some big newspapers in the Middle East have been adopting Israeli narratives. We need to change the Arab media’s narrative to a pro-Palestine one,” Mahmoud told the Cairo daily Al-Ahram. >>>

New strategic plan adopted by Freedom Flotilla Coalition - In light of the extremely deteriorated situation in Palestine, the Israeli oppression and the continued blockade of Gaza, the Freedom Flotilla Coalition (FFC) met in Barcelona to evaluate past actions and plan for future work. The following strategic plan was adopted:

2016: Women's Boat to Gaza will sail to challenge the blockade.
2017: Focus will be on solidarity with the fishermen of Gaza.
2018: a large vessel carrying hundreds of supporters from around the world will sail to challenge the blockade.

In the meeting, which took place on Saturday October 31st and Sunday November 1st, 2015 the following campaigns were represented:

Canadian Boat to Gaza
European Campaign to End the Siege of Gaza
Freedom Flotilla Italy
Palestine Solidarity Alliance (South Africa)
Rumbo a Gaza (Spain)
Ship to Gaza - Norway
Ship to Gaza - Sweden >>>

Israel Attacked Hezbollah Targets in Syria, Censor Prohibited Israeli Reporting  - Richard Silverstein - Just as Russia escalates its military involvement in Syria and meets with the IDF central command in Moscow to coördinate both sides’ operational activity there, Israel attacked Hezbollah targets there over the past few days. Though Israeli security sources told Haaretz that they were not involved and refused to comment to the Jerusalem Post, my own confidential Israeli source confirms the attack.

At least 12 Israeli jets approached Syria through Lebanese air space and attacked a supposed weapons convoy near the Syrian-Lebanese border. Maariv reports that Israelis in the north witnessed the sorties flying over their skies, but that the military censor prohibited Israeli media from reporting this. I presume they feared that Assad read the Hebrew press and might scramble his anti-aircraft units based on what he read.

Despite the meetings in Moscow held over the past few weeks, my source tells me that the IDF gave Russia no advance notice of its actions and that this was “within the frame of understandings with Moscow.”

This tells me a number of things: first, that Israel and Russia have divided up Syria in much the same way that European colonial powers divided up China in an earlier era. Israel and Russia appear to have agreed to have certain spheres of influence in which they would hold sway militarily. It’s somewhat reminiscent of Israel’s sphere of influence in southern Lebanon which was policed by its Christian Arab proxy, South Lebanon Army.

For Syria, the deal is that Israel will act against its enemies in the western zone along the Lebanese-Israeli border, including Hezbollah and other Islamist elements; while Russia will take on its own Islamist enemies in the Syrian north and northeast. Though Russia claims it is attacking ISIS targets, Turkey has claimed that it is instead targeting rebel forces sponsored by that country in those areas. >>>

Israeli forces increase harassment of Palestinian school-children in al-Khalil (Hebron) - This morning at Qurtuba school in al-Khalil (Hebron), Israeli soldiers harassed school-children, teachers and adults trying to pass the nearby checkpoint.

The stairs leading to Qurtuba school, the scene of a heinous murder of a Palestinian youth by Israeli forces three days ago, are directly opposite a checkpoint dividing segregated Shuhada Street into a small strip where Palestinian residents are allowed to walk and the former main Palestinian market now completely closed for Palestinians and only allowed for settlers. The school has, due to its proximity to the illegal settlement of Beit Hadassah been a flashpoint of settler attacks and violence against Palestinians and internationals.

As teachers, school-children and parents are equally scared with violence rising and 19 Palestinian youth shot to death in the last two weeks, all the school-children are now gathering in one place in order to walk to school together. Parents living there were watching out for the children, telling them to move away from the street as soon as they could hear a car in the distance, afraid settlers would run them over if the children didn’t move fast enough. This has happened in the past and settlers continously try to hit children with their car.

Soldiers at the checkpoint denied one Palestinian adult around 30 years old to walk down the stairs. The soldiers stopped him and didn’t even ask for his ID, but ordered him to go back up the stairs and walk around. A group of female teachers and girls were ordered to stop in front of the stairs and made to wait for about 5 minutes. Again, soldiers did not demand any ID or to check bags, and finally allowed the group to pass and go to school after about five minutes. >>>

Israeli troops ransack Palestinian homes in at-Tour & Shufat, abduct children, including 7-year old - Israeli troops invaded the village of at-Tour, in East Jerusalem, on Sunday, ransacking at least seven homes and abducting five Palestinians. Witnesses explained to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center that Israeli forces deployed in the streets of the village and closed some roads. They were stationed on the main entrances and then raided the area of “Qa’ Al-Hara” and started searching houses and assaulting children; terrifying local residents.

On Sunday evening, the Israeli police released two Palestinian children, who were kidnapped earlier in front of their homes in Shu’fat, while the soldiers kidnapped a child in at-Tour town. The two children from Shu’fat were identified as Yousef Hasan Abu Khdeir, 7 and Omar Mohammad Abu Khdeir, the Wadi Hilweh Information Center in Silwan (Silwanic) has reported.

The Israeli forces arrested 5 Jerusalemites from the village of at-Tour after raiding several residential houses in the area of “Qa’ Al-Hara” in the village. Among those abducted was a child, identified as Yousef Omar Abu al-Hawa, who was taken during clashes that took place in at-Tour, after the soldiers invaded it. The army fired concussion grenades, gas bombs and rounds of live ammunition.

The Silwan Information center reported that the forces raided more than 7 houses for Abulhawa and Al-Sayyad families; some of the houses  >>>

An Organized Barbarity Called `Demolishing Terrorists’ Homes` -Hagai El-Ad - In 2005, house demolitions were [temporarily] discontinued after a military committee found them to be a measure of questionable effectiveness, a policy whose disadvantages outweigh its advantages. Yet debating the issue in terms of its “effectiveness as deterrent” is like debating the pros and cons of lynchings. [The writer is the executive director of the B’Tselem Human Rights Center >>>

Palestinians ‘have become unreasonably reasonable'

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As Israel and US wrongly claim ‘incitement’ to justify their actions against Palestinians, the oppressed may resort to new forms of struggle

"Give me liberty, or give me death!" Patrick Henry declared in a speech he made to the Virginia Convention in 1775, at St John's Church in Richmond, Virginia. Fast forward 240 years, and if Israel and the US were able to pin those words to a Palestinian and decry incitement, they would do so in a heartbeat.

Like “terrorism,” “incitement” is a word that works great in conflict zones because it means everything and nothing at the same time. However, its misuse as a justification to perpetrate blatant human rights violations and maintain an illegal state of affairs that contributes to conflict being fanned, not diffused.

Both Israel and the US are guilty of misusing the claim of incitement in an attempt to justify their punishment of Palestinians.

For Israel to point to Palestinian incitement, which does exist, as the source of the present violence across Israel and Palestine is pathetic, at best. After dispossessing Palestinians numerous times and leaving more than half the population locked out of their homeland and scattered across the region to live a life of misery as refugees; after installing a system of institutionalized and structural discrimination inside Israel against the Palestinian Muslim and Christian citizens of Israel who remained in the country after Israel’s establishment; after placing (and pressing) a boot of military occupation on the necks of Palestinians in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip for the past 48 years; after expanding an illegal

- See more at: http://www.middleeasteye.net/columns/palestinians-have-become-unreasonably-reasonable-876615094#sthash.lAFliQRH.dpuf

Palestinians ‘have become unreasonably reasonable' - Sam Bahour - "Give me liberty, or give me death!" Patrick Henry declared in a speech he made to the Virginia Convention in 1775, at St John's Church in Richmond, Virginia. Fast forward 240 years, and if Israel and the US were able to pin those words to a Palestinian and decry incitement, they would do so in a heartbeat.

Like “terrorism,” “incitement” is a word that works great in conflict zones because it means everything and nothing at the same time. However, its misuse as a justification to perpetrate blatant human rights violations and maintain an illegal state of affairs that contributes to conflict being fanned, not diffused.

Both Israel and the US are guilty of misusing the claim of incitement in an attempt to justify their punishment of Palestinians.

For Israel to point to Palestinian incitement, which does exist, as the source of the present violence across Israel and Palestine is pathetic, at best. After dispossessing Palestinians numerous times and leaving more than half the population locked out of their homeland and scattered across the region to live a life of misery as refugees; after installing a system of institutionalized and structural discrimination inside Israel against the Palestinian Muslim and Christian citizens of Israel who remained in the country after Israel’s establishment; after placing (and pressing) a boot of military occupation on the necks of Palestinians in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip for the past 48 years; after expanding an illegal >>>

Video: "Soldier Fires Fatal Shot On Wounded Palestinian In Hebron" - IMEMC - Al-Mohtasib was first shot and wounded, and was already on the ground in pain, when a soldier approached him and fired a second deadly shot. The Israeli army claimed the young man was shot after stabbing and mildly wounding a settler with a cut to his arm >>>

Israel expands detention without trial to minors - The last time an administrative detention order was issued for a Palestinian minor was in 2011, according to DCI - Israeli authorities last week placed three Palestinian minors from East Jerusalem under administrative detention, a move rights group say is unprecedented in the city, as Israel heightens security measures amid a month of deadly violence.

On Oct. 19, Fadi Abassi, 17, and Mohammed Ghaith, 17, were arrested after dawn raids on their homes in the neighborhood of Silwan, according to Defense for Children International - Palestine. All three teenagers have been detained on charges of throwing rocks at Israeli police vehicles and questioned at the Oz and al-Mascobiya interrogation centers. Days earlier on Oct. 16, Kathem Sbeih, 17, was detained from his family home in Jabal al-Mukkabir, a neighborhood at the heart of current tensions which Israel earlier in the month sealed off from the neighboring East Talpiot settlement with concrete blocks and a wall.

The policy of administrative detention -- which dates back to emergency laws under the British Mandate -- came under intense scrutiny earlier this year following a 65 day hunger strike by Palestinian detainee Muhammad Allan to protest his detention without trial.

In April, the United Nations Human Rights Office expressed concern by the continued and increasing use of administrative detention by Israeli authorities against Palestinians, who are being held without charge or trial, often on the basis of secret evidence, for periods of up to six months. Despite this, the policy has been widely implemented since the escalation of violence in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, across the whole of Palestine. In East Jerusalem, the policy is authorized under an Emergency Powers law >>>

Israel’s encirclement of al-Aqsa 'nearly complete' - US move to install cameras at Jerusalem mosque overlooks Israeli 'obstacle course' barring Palestinian worship, say archaeologists - Jonathan Cook - Despite claims it is seeking to calm tensions in Jerusalem, Israel is intensifying activities to encircle the al-Aqsa mosque and strengthen its control over the holy site, a group of Israeli archaeologists warned last week. The group sounded the alarm as the United States oversaw moves at the mosque compound, known as the Haram al-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary, intended to end weeks of Palestinian unrest focused on Jerusalem.

US Secretary of State John Kerry brokered an agreement last weekend between Israel and Jordan, the official guardian of the Haram, that will see cameras installed in the mosque compound.

But the archaeologists say the most pressing threats to the mosque, located on a raised plaza above the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City, will be invisible to the cameras. They accuse Israel of making rapid changes to the physical landscape around al-Aqsa to obscure the area’s Islamic character and create an ever-more arduous “obstacle course” for worshippers. “The big picture is that Israel is weakening the Muslim and Palestinian presence there so that Israeli Jews can believe they are the true owners of the site,” said Yonathan Mizrachi, head of Emek Shaveh, an organisation of Israeli archaeologists opposed to the use of archaeology for political ends.

Various Israeli archaeological activities, he said, had almost completed Israel’s encirclement of the al-Aqsa compound, isolating it from Palestinian neighbourhoods of East Jerusalem. >>>

Armed Settler Guard Raids House near Hebron, Threatens to Kill Dwellers  - An Israeli settler security guard raided on Sunday a Palestinian house in Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, and held dwellers at gunpoint while threatening to shoot them, according to local sources.

Mohammad Awad, an anti-settlement activist, told WAFA that an Israeli security guard called “al-Yahu” from the illegal settlement of Karmi Tzur, illegally built on land of Beit Ummar, stormed a house in the town located near Hebron-Jerusalem highway.

The settler got out of his car and raided the home of Omar and Ezat Sabarneh – in full sight of Israeli soldiers – where he pointed his gun at the dwellers and threatened to shoot them, claiming that his car was subjected to stone-throwing as he passed near the area.

Soldiers reportedly threatened the house owners of severe measures if rock-throwing continues in the area.

Meanwhile, settlers destroyed a barbed-wire fence that surrounds a land in the village of Nabil Samuel, northwest of Jerusalem. The fence surrounds a land belonging to a local Eid Barakat and his nephews.

Settlers recently increased their violence against vulnerable Palestinians in the West Bank, amid a growing unrest that has been fueled by Israel’s attempts to divide al-Aqsa Mosque, as well as by the dreadful arson attack by Jewish fanatics on al-Dawabsheh house in Duma, south of Nablus, on July 31. >>>

Israel Restricts Palestinians’ Entry Into Part of Hebron - Diaa Hadid - The Israeli military on Friday barred Palestinians who do not live in a particularly tense part of the West Bank city of Hebron from entering the area, and, according to local residents, the move prevented young men from visiting an Islamic shrine nearby.>>>

Gaza family is first to return to rebuilt home after 2014 conflict - Over a year after Operation Protective Edge, the al-Zaza family is moving back into their rebuilt home; much international funding to reconstruct Gaza has not been delivered. >>>

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